MANHATTAN RANGE+ 300N ADAPTER IN SOUTH AFRICA
Manhattan Range+ 300N Adapter - 300 Mbps, USB Wireless Network Adapter with 2T2R MIMO, 3 dBi high-gain antenna, Retail Box, 2 year Limited Warranty Product Overview Get the most from your wireless network for your notebook or desktop PC. The Range+ 300N Adapter is a compact high-speed adapter that allows you to connect your notebook or desktop PC to wireless networks at faster speeds than ever before. Now you can transfer or receive digital images, videos and MP3 files faster than ever, connecting to the wireless network with link speeds of up to 300 Mbps using the latest in wireless technology. This adapter is also compatible with 802.11b and 802.11g wireless access points and wireless routers, giving you the flexibility to start upgrading your wireless network without the need to replace your existing equipment. Extreme Wi-Fi Performance It's advanced 2T2R architecture implements two-stream 802.11n technology, enabling transmission rates of up to 300 Mbps.* This solution addresses concurrent delivery of data, voice and HD video throughout the home or office. Increased Throughput Range+ 300N Adapter supports up to 300 Mbps network link speed*, providing you with optimum throughput for your data networking applications. Whether you are downloading music, images or large text files, the Range+ 300N Adapter, with its WMM-enhanced (IEEE 802.11e QoS standard) multimedia support, will optimize the performance of your wireless network, allowing you to spend your time more productively. Convenient Setup The Range+ 300N Adapter features a compact design that allows you to carry it with you wherever you go. And since it supports 802.11b, 802.11g and 802.11n, you can connect to a network at any public wireless hot spot. Whether you are home or at work, at an airport or at an Internet café, simply plug the Range+ 300N Adapter into an available USB port on your notebook or desktop PC and instantly start enjoying wireless connectivity.** * Actual data throughput will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors ¿ including volume of network traffic, building materials and construction, and network overhead ¿ lower the actual data throughput rate. ** Environmental factors may adversely affect wireless signal range.